Waynesboro Senior Center weekly update
We are having an exciting new fundraiser at the Senior Center on Saturday, April 2, at 6 p.m. The evening will start with a great spaghetti dinner including appetizers and dessert. Then Kathy Johnson of Murder is a Game is going to lead you through an intriguing storyline about our five suspects that is set to confound you. Can you believe these five community leaders would even be accused of such a dastardly deed?
- Charlie Downs, involved in many community outreach programs
- Gina Farthing, Features Editor, The News Virginian
- Chris Graham, Editor, AugustaFreePress.com/The New Dominion Magazine
- Janice Gentry, Senior Center Director
- Nancy Sorrels, Augusta County Board of Supervisors
Be the “first best answer” to the age old question: “Who dunnit?” and win a prize! Tickets are $15 each and are available at Stone Soup Books, Waynesboro Garden Center, and the Senior Center.
We are so pleased to have a host of corporate sponsors for this event. We have two “Gold” sponsors: Home Instead Senior Care and More 4 Less Cleaning Service. Our “Silver” sponsors are: 309 Martini Bar and Fine Foods, Blue Ridge Chapel Women’s Fellowship, ECR, Inc., Jenkins Automotive Service, Main Street Discount, Mane Effect, Inc., Mobile Mechanic, P & S Electric LLC, and Speedy-Rooter Inc.
MONDAY: Lemon pepper chicken, scalloped potatoes, spinach, orange
TUESDAY: Fiesta pork chop, rice brussels sprouts, pears
WEDNESDAY: Baked chicken, zucchini with tomatoes, baked beans, fruit
THURSDAY: Herbed turkey, yam patties, green beans, fresh fruit
FRIDAY: Spaghetti with meat sauce, broccoli, mixed fruit
Lunch is served at 11:45 a.m. each day. All meals are served with milk and bread and provide one-third of the daily nutrition value required for adults. Call 942-1838 to make reservations by 10 a.m. on the day you plan to attend.
Waynesboro Senior Center
The Waynesboro Senior Center, sponsored by Valley Program for Aging Services, invites people 60 years of age and older to participate in a variety of programs to be offered in the coming week. The center, at 325 Pine Ave., in the Jackson-Wilson building, is open 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Transportation is provided as needed by a VPAS van driver, who also helps with shopping trips and appointments to local doctors. Contributions toward expenses are accepted. Additional information can be found at www.waynesboroseniorcenter.org.
Submitted by: Janice Gentry, Waynesboro Senior Center